Douglas Bader

Introduction

Group captian sir Douglas Robert Stewart Bader was the Royal Air Force

flying ace during the Second World War. He was born February 21st, 1910 in the United Kingdom, London. He died on September 5th, 1982, also in the United Kingdom, London.

Middle and Conclusion

He was credited with 20 aerial victories, four shared victories. Six probables, one shared probable, and eleven enemy aircraft damages.

Douglas Bader, joined RAF in 1928, and was commissioned in 1930. On December 1931, while attempting some aerobatics he lost both his legs. After his recovery, he joined the RAF again.


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